Government allocates millions for Norwegian school trips that teach students about anti-Semitism

Quisling bunkerPhoto: Knut Falch / SCANPIX

The money initially intended for educational student school trips to concentration camps and memorial sites abroad can now also be used for trips in Norway.

A total of NOK 15.5 million earmarked for trips abroad for students to learn about anti-Semitism.

“It is important that students learn about what happened during World War II. 

“We must not let the coronavirus crisis prevent students from getting this lesson,” Minister of Education and Integration Guri Melby (V) said.

The rules for receiving support have now been changed so that students can also go on school trips to memorial sites in Norway. 

The application deadline has been extended to November 20. 

Professional tour operators can apply and funds, as well as schools, municipalities, associations, and others.

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1 Comment on "Government allocates millions for Norwegian school trips that teach students about anti-Semitism"

  1. This is “Holocaust Education” which biases Western students’ understanding of these tragedies and gives them a false sense of moral superiority, in turn giving us “moral” license to commit holocausts ourselves in places like Iraq, Libya, and Syria.

    I’ve got a masters in European History, and my thesis about the 1940 Katyn Massacre as a Cold War issue is free to read on Internet at

    On page 111 of the book Special Tasks by Stalin and Beria’s spymaster Pavel Sudoplatov he gloats about Khrushchev’s personal NKVD thug Uspensky (and his wife) being “liquidated”/exterminated after Uspensky tried to put a stop to “synagogue gatherings” by Soviet NKVD officers who had presided over the forced starvation of (according to the UN resolution) 7-10 million Ukrainian men, women, and children.

    This conspicuousness of ethnic Jewish NKVD officers frightened Europeans and played right into the Nazis’ “Jewish Bolshevism” propaganda leading into the Nazi Holocaust.

    And half of its victims were *not* Jewish.

    The truthfulness of Sudoplatov’s book has been independently verified, and he was *the* primary surviving source for such facts.

    Moreover, the 27 million principally Slavic Soviet men, women, and children who died in the Nazis’ 22Jun41 invasion and during the 1941-45 Russian Front died principally because of the Nazis’ racist policies and programs and should be included in the Nazi Holocaust death toll as well … and they should be studied in a proportionately equal or greater amount of time.

    And there were the tens of millions of Russians and other peoples who died in the Soviet holocausts, who get little or no attention in “Holocaust Education” and should also be given proportionate time and study, although *leftists*/Marxists for some reason are not enthusiastic about that.

    At least this new law will enable such money to be spent on travel *within* Norway, rather than expensive and coronavirus-risky travel … elsewhere … which *would* be an improvement.

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